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Projects and Priorities

  • Helping Clubs and Societies adapt to the current environment

    Working on it

    I will make sure these groups have all the support they need by keeping them up to date on UCL decisions throughout the year, introduce more safety training when in-person activity can take place, and shine a light on examples of Clubs and Societies who are being creative and innovative.

    Update 19/11/20

    Working closely with presidents and treasurers and have had great communication from most societies to encourage as much activity online as possible, and where allowed in person activity. Lockdown hasn't allowed much in person but will look to increase in person activities next term

  • Giving students a supportive Welcome experience

    Working on it

    During this period I will work with the Arts, Sports and Societies Officers to encourage mutual support, provide information and refresher training to Clubs and Societies on how to engage remotely, and reach out to those groups who have not confirmed activities for the Welcome Period.

    Update 19/11/20

    Held digital welcome fair and live stream, was the fastest ever year we reached 10,000 members of clubs and societies. Held many welcome events, with new events every week including very popular speed friending. Have provided full society training for all those in leadership positions with extra mental health/disability sport training for some

  • Destigmatising student mental health through Clubs and Societies

    Working on it

    I will achieve this by talking regularly about mental health and the support available, introducing more Mental Health Awareness training and support for Clubs and Societies, and providing them with better information and resources to support the wellbeing of their members.

    Update 19/11/20

    Mental health in sport training delivered to welfare officers. Planning to discuss ways to use welfare fund and encourage more welfare events in next zone meeting

  • Making sure Clubs and Societies are accessible to all students

    Working on it

    I will do this by working to find a new home for Team UCL that is high-quality and more accessible, and by improving collaboration between sports clubs and cultural societies so they can showcase their activities and run taster events.

    I will also seek to improve Club and Society accessibility for disabled students,  by working to provide accessible facilities for sporting activities and to introduce training for clubs and socs on disability.

    Update 19/11/20

    working closely with UCL estates, sports development manager and the chief exec (Katie and John) on current consultation of Shenley sports grounds and other options. Cannot give too much information away as confidential.

    Delivered disability in sport training to all sports clubs welfare officers, more content and events to come in disability history month.

I stood for election because I spent the last 3 years of my degree involved in a range of activities at UCL, from cultural societies to captaining a football team. Activities played such an important role in my uni experience and I want to make sure they’re the best they can possibly be.

This year Coronavirus has shaken up the world, but I want to make sure that our clubs and societies have the best resources to make the most of the situation and engage their communities as well as possible, whether that be online or in person.

Read my manifesto here